How to Create a Blog That Boosts Your Career by John Sonmez


 Blogging Course Review

Course name: How to Create a Blog That Boosts Your Career
Type: Email course (2 emails per week, for 3 weeks)
Price: Free
Link: http://devcareerboost.com/blog-course/

I just completed the FREE blog course by John Sonmez and I think that it was fantastic. It was full of technical steps, inspiration and directions and pointers about how to become a successful blogger and how to maintain a blog to boost your career.

I am a software developer from last 15 years and been developing websites for almost the same time. I always wanted to run websites of my own since the beginning, like blogs, or some smart search engine to help users some way. But, I had been missing the blog part for so long. This course gave me motivation to continue to write and ship the content to blog without thinking on it so much.

I really like the teaching style of John, it is very engaging. Even in this course he keeps it alive and interactive. He guides you through the process about how to choose a domain name, hosting provider, how to choose topics and even the frequency of posts. I found this style very helpful.

John is also very responsive, it is very easy to get connected with him for all the advice and guidance.

Go ahead and give yourself a boost.
John’s Website: http://simpleprogrammer.com/
Signup for FREE blog course: http://devcareerboost.com/blog-course/



  • Kevin O’Shaughnessy

    Hi Humayun,

    I certainly agree with you there. I am halfway through reading Soft Skills and really feel inspired to keep up the positivity and the blogging and other work towards success. I like your blog a lot and am looking forward to reading more of your posts.

  • Hi Kevin,

    Thank you for your comment. This is the first comment ever on my blog so it means so much to me. I am glad that you liked my blog and I am happy about your progress with “Soft Skills” and your own blog. John is a very friendly and active person, he is the real professional coach that every developer needs. I recommend that you also follow his blog and get in touch with him whenever possible.